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This museum features collections of carved ivory, Pre-Columbian artifacts, Steuben glass, Chinese porcelain, Cloisonné, Tiffany glass, and Boehm porcelain as well as rotating exhibitions.
This theatre features hot food, Sensory Friendly Films, recliners, reserved seating, and wheelchair access.
Art space in Arlington that offers art education, cultural experiences, art exercises, classes and parties.
Children’s FALL Painting pARTi’s© (families welcome).
Play arcade games or have a birthday party or field trip here. Free Admission, you just pay for the tokens and food.
Lighted baseball fields, soccer fields, walking trail, disc golf course, skate park, a community center operated by the Police Athletic League, playground equipment, and picnic areas.
Fort Caroline memorializes the short-lived French presence in sixteenth century Florida. Here you will find stories of exploration, survival, religious disputes, territorial battles, and first contact between American Indians and Europeans.
Enjoy this spacious 10 acre ranch for your next private celebration!
Beginner and Intermediate Horseback Riding Lessons for children.
Free “How-To Clinics” designed for children ages 5-12. Offered the first Saturday of each month from 9am -12pm
Showcases a variety of North Florida’s flora and fauna on 120 acres of natural preserve and trails.
JU offers a Performing Arts Series each year including Music, Theatre, Visual Arts and Dance.
The oldest skate park. A skateboard park offering terrains for all skill levels. Skateboarding lessons, camps and birthday parties available.
A boat ramp, boat dock and pedestrian dock, picnic shelter, 6 picnic tables, 3 play areas, and 4 benches. Reservations are required for picnic pavilions.
Portable gemstone mining and Gold panning activity is a unique hands-on, interactive, educational and fun for all ages.
Hours • Mon, Tue, Fri, & Sat: 10am to 6pm • Wed & Thu: 1pm to 9pm • Sun: CLOSED
Situated atop St. Johns Bluff, the monument provides a commanding view of the St. Johns River.
Open roller skating sessions or book a birthday party.
Indoor air-conditioned adventure park facility with wall to wall trampolines, flying trapeze, foam pit, dodgeball, battle beam, rock climbing wall, foam pit, and basketball dunking lanes.
The Theodore Roosevelt Area is a 600-acre natural treasure of hardwood forest, wetlands, and scrub vegetation. It is also rich in cultural history.